Giro del Vino V

Sunday 16th October 2022

White Horse Winery: 106 Hall Street, Hammonton, United States



  • Cycling-20 Miler - Individual or Group Registration
  • Cycling-45 Miler - Individual or Group Registration
  • Cycling-63 Miler - Individual or Group Registration




The Giro del Vino V is a road cycling event that takes place in Atlantic County, NJ, where you will ride on lightly travel flat roads with lots of straighaway. It starts from the absolutely stunning White Horse Winery, home of New Jersey's premier destination for delicious Old World Dry Wines. There will be various mileage options to choose from, including family friendly 20 miles, to a more experience 45 and a challenging Metric Century (63 Miles). The ride routes are marked and downloadable in Ride with GPS. The ride will be fully SAG supported by local bike shops. The event will also have a unique fully stocked planned rest stop at Belleview Winery, Buena, NJ and a second stop fo rthe Metric Century riders. The cost of the event also includes a post ride celebration at White Horse Winery where you will be treated to a  glass of wine and a free souvenir glass. Participants will also have the option of purchasing a luncheon from various local food trucks and there will be live entertainment. NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL BEVERAGE PERMITTED. 

Participants who register early will receive a complimetary long sleeve event t-shirt. 

Proceeds from the ride will benefit the local Greater Delaware Valley Chapter of JDRF. JDRF is the world’s largest private funder of type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Our mission is to improve lives today and tomorrow by accelerating life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent, and treat T1D and its complications. JDRF has invested more than $2.2 billion in research to find cures for T1D, while improving lives today through advocacy and community engagement. JDRF drives more funds to T1D research than any organization and has played a leading role in many T1D advances, including drug, device and cell research, in the last 49 years. The organization combines a unique mix of research and advocacy expertise, calling for affordable access to treatments and therapies while bringing together top researchers to tackle the most promising science and generate private and government investments. An international organization built on a grassroots model, JDRF is headquartered in New York with staff and volunteers across five international affiliates who fundraise and support research in more than 20 countries. JDRF developed the T1D Fund, the first mission-driven venture philanthropy fund focused solely on T1D, which runs as a separate entity. Visit to learn more and follow us @JDRF.

Healthcare costs an average of $9,000 per year for people living with type 1 diabetes? That’s 3 times higher than for people without the disease. Living with T1D isn’t easy, including financially, and that’s why JDRF is working every day to eliminate this disease and all the burdens that go along with it. By participating and donating to a JDRF Ride, you’re supporting research and advocacy efforts to help reduce the burden for everyone living with T1D, until there are cures.






Event details and schedule

The ride start and ends at White Horse Winery, 106 Hall Street, Hammonton, NJ 

The ride is scheduled for Sunday October 16, 2022.


Riders will depart as follows:


  • Metric Century 63-mile riders check in at 7:30 AM and depart at 8:00 AM to 8:15 AM
  • 45-mile riders check in at 8:15 AM and depart at 8:30 AM to 8:45 AM
  • 20-mile riders check in at 8:45 AM and depart at 9:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Please adhere to the check in times and departures. All participants should be back to White Horse Winery by 1:00 PM. Please park in the designated areas or as directed by volunteers. 

The routes will be color coordinated and marked with a road arrows and road signs pointing in the direction to travel. The Metric Century 63-mile riders will follow the purple arrows, the 45-miler riders will follow the green arrows, the 20-miler riders will follow orange arrows

All riders must wear helmets and obey traffic laws at all times. Be respectful of other riders. This is a rain or shine event. 

Organised by

TnT Cycling

19 Black Pine Lane, Lumberton

Phone: 609 668-0946

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